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's bring in former cia operative and cnn analyst bob baer. help us make some sense of this. the concern is that there was a slip, right? that this was someone you should have had eyes on, and you didn't. what does it mean to you? >> i think, you know, when i first looked at this, i didn't think it was an intelligence failure. i now do think it is -- there should have been, you know, an algorithm running through the databases. the first warning from the russians in 2011, his departure going to dagestan, like going to the tribal areas of pakistan, it is a red flag, his coming back, and, of course, the purchase of weapons, a cell phone call, that should have all been integrated into what is called big data. and the fbi should have been back on him and i think the fbi needs to explain why it wasn't. >> very important here. we have been very hot on this. and not because you want to blame. it is about safety, right? the concern is that you don't avoid the hard questions and looking at yourselves as coordinated agencies, just to cover yourself, because then you don't learn -- then you don't fi
red marker on bob's finger. >> dana: guilty. >> got to go. >> see you tomorrow, everybody. >> bret: lies, misinformation and a deliberate coverup. conclusions of house republicans on how the obama administration handled the benghazi terror attack. democrats in the white house are firing back. this is "special report." >> good evening, i'm bret bamplet as a new terror investigation is underway in boston, researchers for five republican controlled house committees have come out with a scathing indictment of the obama administration's response to the september 11th terror attack in benghazi, libya that left four americans dead. including the u.s. ambassador. national security correspondent jennifer griffin has details tonight from the pentagon. good evening, jennifer. >> greenk, bret. fox news has obtained a progress report prepared by members of the house republican conference on events surrounding the september 11th attacks in benghazi. it concludes the administration's reaction was, quote: a concerted attempt to insulate the department of state from blame following the terrorist a
documents to submit to the record, without objection, one from the former representative bob barr, one of administrative policy. those who oppose the bill. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. polis: i have a letter from several technology companies and others who oppose the bill i'd like to submit to the record. developments over the last year makes this approach even more questionable, end quothe. former representative bob barr, congress takes the civil liberties created by this bill just as seriously as it takes cyberthreats the bill purports to address, end quote. mr. speaker, we should not hurt the internet to save the internet, and this bill in its current form leaves the language wide open with the turn to potential abuse. when we talk about bodily harm, that includes dog bites. essentially anything is included in this information without limitation with regard to how the government can use it. this is a back door attack on the fourth amendment against unreasonable search and seize your -- seizures. we have processees on how information can and cannot be used. this is
wonder if they'll be room for bob beckel later. >> steve: meanwhile, 23 minutes before the top of the hour. some headlines for you. authorities are now investigating whether boston bomber tamerlan tsarnaev killed before. they want to know if he was part of a two-man murder team perhaps that slit the throats of a close friend of his and two others back in 2011. he was very close to one of the victims. they trained together at the gym. there is a report the two were hanging out the day before the murders. friends also found it odd tamerlan did not go to his friend's funeral. the murders reportedly happened on the 10th anniversary of the september 11 attack. >> gretchen: they are a devout christian family who came here from germany. they were seeking asylum from a law in that country that prohibits home schooling. in a few hours, an appeals court will hear arguments as they fight deportation. the family came here in 2006. but the justice department reversed a judge's ruling that home schooling was grounds to seek citizenship here. michael ferris will argue on behalf of the family
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